The Bright Futures Fund
The Bright Futures Fund was set up in 2008 up by a husband and wife who wish to provide help to groups helping young people to engage in positive activities. The fund is specifically targeted at young people facing difficulty or disadvantage because they are not in employment, education or training; young people who have offended or are considered to be at risk of offending; young people affected by bereavement and young carers.
Red Hen Project received £1,000 to run cookery courses to provide families on a budget with cooking skills and to reduce isolation through peer support.
Carers Trust Cambridgeshire received £9,750 to support transition planning for young carers approaching higher education and other life changes.
Community CARTS received £1,500 for a series of confidence-building fitness workshops.